Okay, I need help estimating the price for a travel package to Rome, Italy?
Alright so for my science project I have to do a travel brochure for a certain city, with particular emphasis on the climate and biome that it’s in. Well anyways I also need to develop a package deal for costumers including price, transportation, accomodation, meals etc. So could someone please tell me an estimated price for say, two or three weeks including all that stuff listed above?
Any suggestions would be appreciated, thanks.
It would cost approximately 1,900.50 – 2,632.50 per adult to travel from a US city such as Philadelphia PA to Rome, Italy.
you could base your package deal off of per made tours that can be found on sites such as explorica.
Once in Rome, you could plan things like a Rome city walk ( Reviving your spirits with a walk past Rome’s most beautiful and unusual Baroque fountains. At the foot of the Spanish Steps, elegant cafes once favored by visiting Brits and Americans surround the central fountain. The water pressure there was so low that the artist had to sink the fountain into the ground to get any water going through it, so he went ahead and designed the fountain to look like a sinking ship. There’s no shortage of water pressure at the nearby Trevi Fountain, a Baroque extravagance designed by master sculptor Bernini. At the Pantheon they would see the largest concrete dome ever constructed. An oculus, or hole, in the dome lets sunlight into the beautiful temple, dedicated to all the gods.) , Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Sistine Chapel visit, St. Peter’s Basilica visit, Colosseum visit, Forum Romanum visit, Piazza Venezia.
Package deals generally include a tour guide type of thing which is what i described above.
to stay at a hotel such as The Grand Hotel Olympic the approx. cost would be 1003,1 Euro in the bed and breakfast for a two week period. That specific Hotel is a beautiful Papal palace in the heart of Rome. This would attract tourist.
As for meals, since breakgast is included in the hotel stay all you worry about is lunch and dinner. Cafe life is something you will want to experience in Rome, so that would be there options for lunch.
For diner you could offer resevations at some of Romes top restaurant such as Agata e Romeo, Checchino dal 1887, ot the Colline Emiliane.
Hope those ideas and figures help:]
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How do Juventus fans treat other fans that speak English?
I know Juve fans hate anyone from England, but if you’re American and you’re at a home game, will you be treated with disrespect? I’ve heard that the English in Italy is pretty bad and was also wondering if they can usually tell the difference between Americans and English peoples.
Huh? In Milan, Roma, venice, and all the big cities mostly all the people know english. In Torino, not so much. It will be very hard for you to find a english speaker in Torino outside your hotel, let alone in the juve stadium. And no, we do not hate everyone from England, we hate liverpool, becasue of the Heysel Stadium disaster.
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How much should I place in my budget when going to Venice during Carnival?
Planning a future trip to Venice during Carnival. I know it’s the most expensive season but I’ve always wanted to go there and experience it ever since I was in high school.
I’m from Philippines by the way so can you tell me how much would it cost me to travel from
Manila to Venice by plane.
Then how much will I probably spend on hotels for about 5 days or so.
For breakfast, lunch, dinners, transportation to places.
And maybe even a little souvenir.
It’s okay to list it down in euros. Please and thank you.
Carnevale is one of the most expensive times to visit Venice. You can use sites like Kayak to find airfares: http://www.kayak.com/ . It would be a good idea to buy the tickets as early as possible to get the cheaper fares. Hotels are generally at their lowest cost just before and after Carnevale, but spike during the festival. The hotels I stay at during Carnevale usually run around 150 euro per night or more. As with airfares, the cheaper hotels sell out pretty quickly and you’re better off finding a place early. It would be cheaper to stay on one of the outer islands or on the mainland in Mestre or even Padova, but not as convenient for Carnevale.. I use this site for accommodations in Venice: http://www.venere.com/italy/venice/
Breakfast is included in many of the hotels and you should take advantage of that. Lunch and dinners will depend on where and what you eat – I generally count on spending 25 to 50 euro per meal. However, you can get a pizza for 8 to 13 euro or pizza by the slice, panini or the equivalent for 4 to 7 euro. There will also be stands in Piazza San Marco where you can get some limited food and drinks. Places will be very crowded.
Souvenirs are totally up to you. Cheap mass produced carnevale masks go for around 15 euro and up while the artisan masks can be hundreds of euro. The same for Murano glass; there are cheap trinkets and very expensive glass art.
When I go transportation is free – I walk everywhere. Venice is pretty compact and easily walkable. In addition, because Venice is extremely crowded during Carnevale, the vaporetto is packed. If you choose to use the vaporetto or stay on an outer island and have to use them, you can find prices, routes and schedules here: http://www.actv.it/en/movinginvenice/movinginvenice . If you want a gondola ride, the going rate is 80 euro during the day or 100 euro in the evening. If you stay on the mainland, you can find train schedules and prices at: http://www.fsitaliane.it/homepage_en.html
The schedule of events will be on this site closer to the festival in 2014: http://www.carnevale.Venezia.it/?slang=en
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